Many thanks to the brave souls who, in spite of the Omicron surge, turned out for our annual NYC Christmas show. We’ve postposed live playing for the time being, and will instead retreat to the studio to finish our next LP
Many thanks to 90.7 WFUV-FM in New York City for spotlighting our latest single today on their NYSlice local music feature. A song borne out of the darkest days of the pandemic struggle for social justice, “Restless Nation” was recorded in separate locations during quarantine. Find the song on streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music etc.
After the crushing disappointment of our canceled show dates in 2020, we are all vaxxed up and back at it. Join us on Friday December 17th at New York City’s beloved Mercury Lounge. It’s our annual holiday show, and tickets are available now. More appearances are likely before December, and in the meantime we are finally back in the studio finishing work on upcoming our 4th LP.
For more than a decade, countless friends have made a December pilgrimage to the annual Yule Dogs show in NYC. Always the highlight of the holiday season for us, it was heartbreaking to think that our Christmas song would go unplayed in a year when we needed it most. So here’s a stripped down video version of “Bells of St.Ignatius”, recorded from our own separate locations. Happy Christmas! Got a feeling ’21 is gonna be a good year.
Hank and Terry recently recorded a stripped-down, pandemic-style performance from separate locations in New York City. Check out our song “Somewhere in LA” which we contributed to benefit The Tommy Brull Foundation. This video was featured alongside similar stripped-down performances by members of Titus Andronicus, The Felice Brothers, Lucero, Dean & Britta, Reigning Sound, and Deer Tick.
We have broken our silence to release a brand-new single for these troubled times. Titled “Restless Nation”, click on Look At My Records to read the story behind this new track. There’s some nice coverage by Ghettoblaster as well. You can listen on streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music etc
We are so disappointed to report that our Brooklyn show opening for Wussy has been postponed. Please stay safe and follow guidelines for social distancing as we navigate this pandemic.
We are sorry to report that our Philadelphia show originally scheduled for Friday 3/13 as been postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19 precautions. We appreciate the enthusiasm of all our Philly fans and friends, and we hope to re-schedule soon. Stay healthy!
We are excited to announce our first-ever show at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. Even more exciting is the news that we will open for Wussy, one of our absolute favorite bands. It all happens on Thursday March 26th. This show is in addition to our first-ever Philadelphia date which is also happening in March (see below). Help spread the word!
Heartfelt thanks to everyone who packed the house for our December show at Mercury Lounge. The New Year sees us marching steadily toward completion of our fourth LP, while continuing to test-drive new material on stage. On Friday March 13th, catch us in Philadelphia at Bourbon & Branch.
Pleasant Living in Planned CommunitiesBuy digitally through iTunes
Our third LP! This album’s cast of desperate characters includes a downed airman in WWII Europe, a 21st Century soldier returning home from battle, and a transient gay hustler whose youthful looks are weathering with age.
“Anthemic indie rock with a punk rock kick” – KEXP in Seattle
more shows coming soon